Benjamin Davies

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If you've yet to vote for your favourite motorhome-friendly site in our 2012 Awards, don't miss out - our survey closes on October 31, 2011.

If you've yet to vote for your favourite motorhome-friendly site in our 2012 Awards, don't miss out - our survey closes on October 31, 2011.

 

It's simple to have your say: simply go to our dedicated web page (to access it, click here) and enter the details of the site that you've most enjoyed staying at. It can be anywhere you like, a big or small site, and with full or minimum facilities: all that matters is that you enjoyed your stay, and that you'd like to recommend it to readers of Practical Motorhome.

 

We'll publish the results in our May 2012 issue, which you'll find on sale from mid-March next year.

 

This is the third time that we've run our sites awards; but this will be the first occasion that we'll be featuring 100 sites, allowing even more great locations to get the recognition that they deserve.

 

If you're after some inspiration, take a look below at our previous category winners.

 

2011 winners (full results in our August 2011 issue)

South and south-western region and Overall winner
Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park (adults only)

North-west England region
Kneps Farm Holiday Park 

Heart of England region
Hereford Camping and Caravanning Club site
North-east England region
Ord House Country Park
Scotland/Northern Ireland region
Rushin House Caravan Park
Wales region
The Plassey Leisure Park
East of England region

Hurley Riverside Park 

 

2010 winners (full results in our Awards 2010 issue) 

South and south-western region
Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park - adults only

North-west England region and overall winner
Kneps Farm Holiday Park

Heart of England region
Hereford Camping and Caravanning Club site

North-east England region
Ord House Country Park

Scotland/Northern Ireland region
Rushin House Caravan Park

Wales region
Tyddyn Du Touring Park (adults only)

East of England region
Hurley Riverside Park

 

Don't forget - votes for this year's awards close October 31, 2011. So have your say now - just click here!

 

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